Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Update: Stop Motion For Reverse Garbage

Here's something we prepared earlier =)

It's starting to look good, Frank + Terry showed us some cool tricks in Premiere. It's at 24fps but the problem is the walk is too fast. Is there a way to slow it down in Premiere? We inserted them as numbered stills. Or do we need to do the photos again and put in more frames?

Any thoughts?


  1. Hi Cassie

    Take the AVI into VirtualDub and under the Video menu choose Frame Rate. Then Change the frame rate to 10fps. And select the option button that says "Process all frames"

    See if that works.

    Otherwise go back into Premiere and work on 3's. That is, put 3 images in the timeline where you currently have 1.

    Either way, both will slow down the timing.

    I've sent you an email with a 10fps example AVI (it has DivX compression - so will only play on a computer with DivX = SBIT computer).

  2. Thankyou for the idea! Jack came up with the idea to use Monkey Jam, so we tried it that way, but Monkey Jam kept crashing, so we did it in parts but it took a long time to do.

    This way sounds great. Will give it a go =)